Matcha Bread & Butter Pudding. Mix to form a soft dough. This matcha bread recipe uses almond flour, almond extract and sliced almonds for a lovely moist and aromatic quick bread with all the benefits of green tea powder. I have a long-standing history with matcha.
In the culinary world, matcha tea powder not only gives flavour but also dyes the food such as mochi, ice creams and noodles. And today, I'm sharing with you a swirl bread recipe that uses matcha tea powder for that vibrant green color. This Matcha Shokupan yields a soft, cottony light bread that is versatile in sweet or savoury applications. You can cook Matcha Bread & Butter Pudding using 13 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Matcha Bread & Butter Pudding
- You need of Caramelized White Chocolate:.
- You need of High Quality White Chocolate At Least 28% Cocoa Butter Preferably Valrhona or Callebaut, 125g.
- It’s of Bread Pudding:.
- It’s 300 g of Whole Milk,.
- Prepare 300 g of Heavy Whipping Cream,.
- You need 35 g of Yuzu Sake / Limoncello,.
- Prepare 1/2 of Fresh Yuzu / Lemon Zest,.
- You need 10 g of High Quality Matcha Powder Preferable Nature's Superfoods,.
- Prepare 8 of Egg Yolks,.
- It’s 120 g of Demerara Sugar,.
- Prepare 1 Loaf of Stale Bread,.
- Prepare of Salted Butter, For Spreading.
- Prepare Pinch of Matcha Salt,.
It remains tender at room temperature for days. Use it in Matcha Strawberry Fruit Sando, or Matcha French Toast. It only requires a few ingredients and one particular loaf pan. In the bowl of a stand mixer, whisk together bread flour, sugar, yeast, dry milk powder (optional), matcha powder, and salt.
Matcha Bread & Butter Pudding step by step
- Prepare caramelized white chocolate. Preheat oven to 120 degree celsius or 250 fahrenheit. Transfer white chocolate onto a baking tray. Wack into the oven and bake for 10 mins..
- Remove from the oven and give it a stir until smooth. Bake at 10 mins intervals. Repeat the process until the white chocolate has caramelized into a deep caramel color. Set aside until ready to use..
- Prepare bread pudding. In a sauce pot, add milk, cream, yuzu sake and zest. Stir to combine well. Turn the heat up to medium and bring it to a boil. Remove from heat and sieve in matcha powder..
- Mix until well combined. In a bowl, whisk together egg yolks and sugar. Pass the matcha mixture into the yolk mixture and incorporating, 1/3 portion at a time. *If the matcha mixture is added all at once, the yolks will scramble.*.
- Once everything is incorporated, set aside until ready to use. Remove the crust from the bread. Slice the bread diagonally. Spread butter on both sides. Place into a baking dish, overlapping one another..
- Once the 1st layer is filled, rotate 180 degrees and repeat the layering. Repeat the process until the baking dish is filled. *I only have 2 layers as my baking dish is large and shallow.* Ladle in the matcha custard. *If the baking dish is filled before the custard is used up, set aside for 10 mins and ladle in again. The amount of custard is just nice for 1 loaf of bread.*.
- Set aside for 30 mins to allow the bread to soak up the custard. Preheat oven to 180 degree celsius or 360 fahrenheit. Place the baking dish over a larger dish or a deep baking tray. Place into the oven. Fill the larger dish or tray with warm water until it reaches halfway on the baking dish..
- Bake for 30 to 40 mins or until the top is lightly toasted. Remove from the oven. Scoop onto serving plate and drizzle that caramelized white chocolate over the top. Sprinkle some matcha salt..
- To make matcha salt, add 1 TBSP of sea salt and 1 TSP of matcha powder In a spice grinder. Blitz until powdery.* Serve immediately while it is still warm..
Once mixed, add in milk, starter, and beaten egg. For the Bread Dough In your stand mixer bowl, combine the flour, salt, sugar, and instant yeast. Using a spatula, mix all ingredients together until combined. This pillowy soft Matcha-Milk Tangzhong Bread made using the tangzhong method weaves together milk and matcha dough to create a lovely fluffy loaf! I don't have any life-story to share with you today; only the story of the ridiculous bouts of indecision I've been going through when it came to sharing this Matcha-Milk Tangzhong Bread post.